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Pages in Weebly
The Navigation article recommends keeping
Main and Child Pages
There does not seem to be a limit to the length of page you could produce, so be careful not to force readers to use the "page down" key more than a couple of times before they reach the end of any page. The Home Page should never be more than two "page downs".
If any other Main Page includes material which requires more space,
keep the Main Page short but link to a Sub-Menu or to Child
See it on our example website
Visit http://midlands-movies.weebly.com, go to the Members Page to see an example of using Child Pages.
Child Pages in Weebly ...
Click the Pages Tab and create a new page, but at the "Show in Navigation Menu?" prompt select "No". This stops the Child Page appearing in the menu.
Name it xyz-2 where xyz is the name of the Main Page on which the item begins. If you run to a third continuation call it xyz-3.
|Drag the new page under the relevant Main Page in the
index list on the left, then click the Save button.
|At the foot of the Main Page where the article or list begins,
type "continued on page two" or just "next". Select those words
and click the Create Link button on the paragraph toolbar. At the
"Your Pages" prompt ... choose xyz-2 .
On each Child Page include links to
There are nine pages in this series of detailed Weebly tips:
They support general articles on web design for film-making and AV club websites which begin here.
[Weebly frequently update and improve their system. These pages are based on tests in November 2010.]
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